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Coventry’s Central Library will be hosting a day of activities and treats on Friday 30 September to celebrate Older People’s Day 2016.
City Councillors have decided to honour footballing legend, Jimmy Hill, by renaming the A444 in his honour.
The Council is switching its banking services from HSBC to Nat West as part of ongoing improvements.
Thousands of people across Coventry will be getting active for One Big Thing 2016
The Coventry Poppy Appeal Group has been presented with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service at a ceremony in the city.
Teacher CPD - Arts Award Discover & Explore Adviser Training at Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum Tuesday 27 September 4.15-7pm
Wider pavements, Carnaby Street style lighting, new planting and the restoration of some well-loved public art will soon start as part of the next phase of city centre improvements.
A world record Taekwondo display featuring 1,000 people is happening in the city.
Gas Safety Week 2016 and unsafe second hand gas cooker.
Terry Waite, known internationally for his peace-building work, will be guest speaker in Coventry Cathedral on the UN’s International Day of Peace.
A senior councillor is calling on Skanska to provide reassurances following the news that the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire has insufficient fire protection.
Coventry’s bid to become UK City of Culture is set for international take off thanks to its latest backing.
Tomorrow is national Cycle to Work day and if you pledge to ride your bike in, you could win one of several prizes.
Formal consultation on Coventry City Council's proposals to make £3.8m savings across libraries, children’s centres and youth services will begin on Monday (12 September).
British Military Fitness Coventry are running fitness sessions and the Lord Mayor is asking people to take the opportunity to get fit and raise money for his charity appeal by taking part.
A popular Coventry city centre trail booklet has been reproduced as a tie-in for this weekend’s Heritage Open Days.
For those of us who are old enough to remember the Locarno dance hall in Coventry City Centre, now home to Central library, you will remember the legendary music nights.
The Festival of Imagineers returns for its third year with a week long programme of interactive exhibitions, workshops and activities from Monday 26 September – 1 October.
A couple travelled half way round the world to celebrate their marriage in two of Coventry’s most historic buildings.
Two students from Coventry University will go for gold when they take centre stage at the Paralympic Games this summer.
Trading Standards are reminding people who are thinking of buying a dog to be cautious about illegally imported puppies.
The percentage of Coventry pupils attending a good or outstanding primary school continues to rise.
You now need to be covered by a TV Licence to watch or record live TV programmes on any channel, or download or watch BBC programmes on iPlayer.
Residents are being urged to get their flu vaccinations this month.
Coventry City Council’s Public Health team recently asked the views of city residents on drug and alcohol support and recovery services.
More than 4,000 people helped bring the spirit of Rio to the Ricoh Arena on Saturday as part of the I Am Team GB event.
The city’s pupils have improved across the board in their GCSE results, with improvements in all the key measures.
Residents are being invited to add their names to a petition to bring 300 children trapped in ‘The Jungle’ in Calais over to safety and security in Britain before the start of the new school term.
The owners of a city chicken shop have been fined for breaches in food hygiene, including failing to protect food against contamination likely to make it unfit for human consumption.
Coventry Trading Standards are urging residents in the city to be aware of rogue traders over the bank holiday weekend.